Sat. Jan 28th, 2023

On January 31st, at 7 p.m., Irvine Valley College will present its Distinguished Lecture Series featuring guest speaker Gregorio Luke. He will present a multimedia presentation on Mexico, Art and History.



Luke is the former Consul for the Cultural Institute of Mexico in Los Angeles, and Deputy Director of the Mexican Cultural Institute of Washington D.C.

Tickets are free and are available via the Box Office.  Call 949-451-5333.

The event will be hosted at the IVC Performing Arts Center, which is located at 5500 Irvine Center Dr., in Irvine.

For non-ticket information contact Dr. Steven Rochford at srochford@ivc.edu.

By Editor

The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

One thought on “Distinguished lecturer to speak about Mexican art and history on Jan. 31”
  1. That is a powerful image isn’t it. Is it Siqueros? Gregorio puts on a great show/ lecture, but it is mostly nostalgia. I don’t know if he would have anything to say about contemporary art politics, or admit what he really knows or thinks. That would be counter-business. He worships those “Revolutionaries” but he is a suit and profits big time by doing it. He is an A-l capitalist. At the end of his show he probably says, “let’s have dessert (CAKE?) and soak up some more beauty.” Maybe he should try re-enactments of Commie protests and throw one of his hundred thousand dollar paintings into a bonfire! And scream that he is doing it in the spirit of Freida and Diego because that is what they would want.

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